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High blood pressure is also known as hypertension. It can cause serious health problems and raise the risk of heart disease, stroke, and even death.
Hypertension is often referred to as a “silent killer.” Because hypertension often has no warning signs or symptoms, the majority of people are unaware that they have it. As a result, it is critical to check blood pressure on a frequent basis. Early morning headaches, nosebleeds, abnormal heart rhythms, visual alterations, and ear buzzing are some of the symptoms that can arise. Fatigue, nausea, vomiting, confusion, anxiety, chest pain, and muscle tremors are all symptoms of severe hypertension. The only way to identify hypertension is to have your blood pressure measured by a medical expert. It is simple and painless to have your blood pressure taken. Although anyone can test their own blood pressure with automated devices, a health professional’s assessment is necessary for determining risk and the associated diseases.
Hypertension, among other things, has the potential to harm the heart. Excessive pressure can cause arteries to stiffen, reducing blood and oxygen flow to the heart. Chest pain, often known as angina, can be caused by high blood pressure and restricted blood flow. A heart attack occurs when the heart’s blood supply is cut off, causing heart muscle cells to die from a lack of oxygen. The longer blood flow is restricted, the more damage the heart suffers. Heart failure occurs when the heart is unable to pump enough blood and oxygen to other essential organs in the body. An irregular heartbeat can result in abrupt death. Hypertension can potentially cause a stroke by bursting or blocking arteries that provide blood and oxygen to the brain. It can also cause kidney damage, leading to kidney failure.